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A. The theory, representation, processing, and use of information



Test: Information

1. One Mb is equal to:

A. The amount of RAM in every computer

B. 1 billion bytes

C. 1024 Kb

D. 1 thousand bytes

E. 1 million bits

 

2. One of the rules in a computer lab is:

A. Follow all for instructions

B. Be nice to one another

C. Talk quietly

D. Do not disturb others

E. All of these

 

3. How many bits are in a byte?

A. 2

B. 4

C. 7

D. 8

E. 10

 

4. What is Informatics?

A. The theory, representation, processing, and use of information

B. The science about the use of computers

C. Computerized scientific research

D. The use of computers

E. I have no clue what is Informatics

 

5. What is the other term for Informatics?

A. Computer Technology

B. Computer Literacy

C. Computer Science

D. Information Theory

E. Electronic Equipment

 

6. What is Medical Informatics?

A. The use of computers in medicine

B. The science of managing, processing, decision making, and scientific analysis of medical knowledge

C. The science of using the computer technologies in the process of developing the modern methods of medical diagnostics

D. Analysis of medical information

E. Something that has to do with both Informatics and Medicine

 

7. The basic unit of measuring the information is

A. 1 byte

B. 1 bid

C. 1 bit

D. 1 bar

E. 1 dollar

 

8. What is byte?

A. Combination of eight 1’s or 0’s

B. Basic unit of measuring the information

C. The method of changing ASCII-code of a character in RAM

D. Maximum unit of information

E. Totally unfamiliar concept to me

 

9. What is the maximum positive number, which can be encoded using 8 bits?

A. 512

B. 256

C. 255

D. 99999999

E. 666

 

10. One megabyte contains

A. 1,024 kilobytes

B. 1,000 kilobytes

C. 100,000 bytes

D. 1,000,000 bits

E. 2048 kilobytes

 

11. One gigabyte contains

A. 1,024 megabytes

B. 1,000 megabytes

C. 100,000 kilobytes

D. 1,000,000 bytes

E. 2048 kilobytes

 

12. What is the generally accepted abbreviation for megabyte?

A. MgB

B. Mb

C. mB

D. M-byte

E. mb

 

13. What is the generally accepted abbreviation for gigabyte?

A. GygB

B. Gb

C. gB

D. G-byte

E. gb

 

14. What is computer?

A. General-purpose machine that processes data according to specific set of instructions

B. Intellectual electronic device

C. Electronic device for playing games and listening to the music

D. Universal electronic device that processes, stores, transfers, and retrieves the information for future analysis and deduction of fully independent logical conclusions

E. That thing sitting on my desk I’ve no idea how to turn on

 

15. What is hardware?

A. the computer and the equipment attached to it

B. the instructions the computer receives

C. the built-in set of instructions used to start up the computer

D. cables, keyboard, mouse, and monitor

E. something that is hard

 

16. What is software?

A. the computer and the equipment attached to it

D. 8 bits

E. 6 bits

 

27. 1 kilobyte contains

A. 1000 bytes

B. 1024 bits

C. 1024 bytes

D. 100 bytes

E. 16 gigabytes

 

28. In computer the number 123 occupies

A. 1 byte

B. 7 bytes

C. 2 bytes

D. 16 bits

E. 3 bytes

 

29. In computer the number 256 occupies

A. 1 byte

B. 10 bits

C. 2 bytes

D. 3 bytes

E. 3 bits

 

30. In computer the number 2325 occupies

A. 1 byte

B. 4 bytes

C. 2 bytes

D. 3 bytes

E. 3 bits

 

31. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 0 in binary system?

A. 0000

B. 0011

C. 0100

D. 1010

E. 0111

 

32. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 1 in binary system?

A. 1011

B. 1110

C. 1100

D. 0101

E. 0001

 

33. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 2 in binary system?

A. 1010

B. 0010

C. 0001

D. 1110

E. 1011

 

34. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 3 in binary system?

A. 0111

B. 1001

C. 0011

D. 1000

E. 1011

 

35. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 4 in binary system?

A. 0100

B. 0000

C. 0111

D. 1010

E. 0010

 

36. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 5 in binary system?

A. 1011

B. 0101

C. 0110

D. 1100

E. 1110

 

37. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 6 in binary system?

A. 0001

B. 1010

C. 0010

D. 0110

E. 1011

 

38. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 7 in binary system?

A. 1000

B. 0101

C. 1101

D. 0000

E. 0111

 

39. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 8 in binary system?

A. 1111

B. 0001

C. 0000

D. 0100

E. 1000

 

40. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number 9 in binary system?

A. 0111

B. 0101

C. 1111

D. 1001

E. 0010

 

41. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number A in binary system?

A. 0100

B. 1011

C. 1010

D. 1101

E. 0110

 

42. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number B in binary system?

A. 1000

B. 0011

C. 1011

D. 1110

E. 1010

 

43. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number C in binary system?

A. 0101

B. 1001

C. 1011

D. 1100

E. 1101

 

44. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number D in binary system?

A. 1100

B. 1001

C. 0101

D. 1110

E. 1101

 

45. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number E in binary system?

A. 1110

B. 1101

C. 0001

D. 0111

E. 1111

 

46. What number corresponds to hexadecimal number F in binary system?

A. 1111

B. 1100

C. 1000

D. 1110

E. 0101

 

47. What number corresponds to binary number 0000 in hexadecimal system?

A. 9

B. 2

C. 0

D. 3

E. 6

 

48. What number corresponds to binary number 0001 in hexadecimal system?

A. 8

B. 1

C. 2

D. 4

E. 3

 

49. What number corresponds to binary number 0010 in hexadecimal system?

A. F

B. 4

C. 2

D. 8

E. 5

 

50. What number corresponds to binary number 0011 in hexadecimal system?

A. 2

B. 5

C. 7

D. 3

E. B

 

51. What number corresponds to binary number 0100 in hexadecimal system?

A. A

B. 4

C. 3

D. D

E. 2

 

52. What number corresponds to binary number 0101 in hexadecimal system?

A. B

B. 5

C. E

D. C

E. D

 

53. What number corresponds to binary number 0110 in hexadecimal system?

A. 6

B. 8

C. A

D. 2

E. 5

 

54. What number corresponds to binary number 0111 in hexadecimal system?

A. C

B. A

C. 7

D. 5

E. 4

 

55. What number corresponds to binary number 1000 in hexadecimal system?

A. 8

B. 4

C. 9

D. 6

E. 5

 

56. What number corresponds to binary number 1001 in hexadecimal system?

A. 2

B. 6

C. D

D. 9

E. 7

 

57. What number corresponds to binary number 1010 in hexadecimal system?

A. B

B. 5

C. 7

D. A

E. 6

 

58. What number corresponds to binary number 1011 in hexadecimal system?

A. B

B. 1

C. C

D. 7

E. F

 

59. What number corresponds to binary number 1100 in hexadecimal system?

A. E

B. D

C. C

D. 9

E. 4

 

60. What number corresponds to binary number 1101 in hexadecimal system?

A. 5

B. 2

C. B

D. D

E. 0

 

61. What number corresponds to binary number 1110 in hexadecimal system?

A. A

B. 2

C. 7

D. E

E. B

 

62. What number corresponds to binary number 1111 in hexadecimal system?

A. C

B. 6

C. E

D. F

E. D

 

63. How many digits are in hexadecimal system?

A. 32

B. 10

C. 2

D. 16

E. 8

 

64. How many digits are in binary system?

A. 32

B. 10

C. 2

D. 16

E. 8

 

65. How many digits are in decimal system?



A. 32

B. 10

C. 2

D. 16

E. 8

 

66. In what system the number 10 is the greatest?

A. binary

B. decimal

C. hexadecimal

D. binary and decimal

E. it is the same in all the systems

 

67. In what system the number 10 is the smallest?

A. binary

B. decimal

C. hexadecimal

D. binary and decimal

E. it is the same in all the systems

 

68. In what system the number 0 is the greatest?

A. binary

B. decimal

C. hexadecimal

D. binary and decimal

D. 0-9, A, B, C, D, E, F

E. 0-9, A, B, C, D, E

 

71. In what system the number 9 is the greatest?

A. binary

B. decimal

C. hexadecimal

D. decimal and hexadecimal

E. it is the same in all the systems

 

72. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal A?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 15

 

73. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal B?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 15

 

74. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal C?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 12

 

75. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal D?

A. 13

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 15

 

76. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal E?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 14

D. 10

E. 15

 

77. What decimal number corresponds to hexadecimal F?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 9

D. 10

E. 15

 

78. How many bytes are in hexadecimal FFFF?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

 

79. Convert to hexadecimal number the binary number 11111000:

A. F8

B. AC

C. 8F

D. 10

E. B6

 

80. How many bits are in binary number 101101001?

A. 6

B. 7

C. 8

D. 9

E. 16

 

81. How many bits are in binary number 11101001?

A. 6

B. 7

C. 8

D. 9

E. 16

 

82. How many bytes are in binary number 11101001?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 8

D. 4

E. 16

 

83. How many bytes are in 32 bits?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

 

84. How many bits are in 5 bytes?

A. 1

B. 8

C. 40

D. 32

E. 64

 

85. General-purpose machine that processes data according to specific set of instructions is called

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

 

86. The computer and the equipment attached to it is called

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

 

87. The instructions the computer receives are called

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

 

88. A science about the laws, methods of measurement, storage, processing and transmission of information with the use of computer is called:

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

 

89. Reflection of the material world in the form of signals and signs understandable to certain group of people is called:

A. Computer

B. Information

C. Hardware

D. Software

E. Informatics

 

Test: Hardware

  1. How much is a "reasonable" amount of memory to have in a Pentium class machine?

A. 1 Kb

B. 64 Kb

C. 1 Mb

D. 16 Mb

E. 128 Mb

 

  1. How much information can be stored on a CD-ROM?

A. 700 B

B. 700 Kb

C. 700 Mb

D. 700 Gb

E. there is no limit

 

  1. If you need to transfer 300 Mb from one computer to another you will probably use:

A. floppy disk

B. printer

C. scanner

D. recordable CD

E. audio CD

 

  1. What can be stored on a DVD disk?

A. music

B. movies

C. data

D. pictures

E. all of these

 

  1. Which one is not an output device?

A. Printer

B. Monitor

C. Keyboard

D. Modem

E. Plotter

 

  1. Which one works as an output and input device?

A. Modem

B. Scanner

C. Mouse

D. Monitor

E. Keyboard

 

  1. The “brain” of the computer is called:
    1. Random Access Memory or RAM
    2. Central Processing Unit or CPU
    3. Read Only Memory or ROM
    4. BIOS
    5. Chipset

 

  1. The resolution of a monitor is measured in:
    1. Megabits
    2. Hz
    3. Dots per inch (DPI)
    4. Inches (diagonal)
    5. Cubits

 

  1. A computer port is used to:
    1. Communicate with other computer peripherals
    2. Download files from the web
    3. Communicate with all hard drives
    4. Connect computers together
    5. Play the music

 

  1. Which computer is the fastest?
    1. Pentium II 600MHz
    2. Pentium III 600MHz
    3. Pentium 600MHz
    4. 486 Turbo
    5. Not enough information

 

11. Which media holds more information?

A. Floppy diskette

B. DVD

C. CD-ROM

D. Zip drive

E. USB drive

 

12. What does the acronym CPU stand for?

A. Cyberspace Protocol Unit

B. Computer Processor Utility

C. Central Processing Unit

D. Computer Processing Unit

E. Central Physical Unit

 

13. What were the electronic computers of the first generation based upon?

A. vacuum bulbs

B. relays

C. transistors

D. resistors and diodes

E. gears

 

 

14. What were the electronic computers of the second generation based upon?

A. vacuum bulbs

B. relays

C. transistors

D. resistors and diodes

E. microchips

 

15. What are the computers of the fourth generation based upon?

A. vacuum bulbs

B. microprocessor

C. transistors

D. resistors and diodes

E. microchips

 

16. What are the computers of the third generation based upon?

A. vacuum bulbs

B. microprocessor

C. transistors

D. resistors and diodes

E. microchips

 

17. What is the generation of computers, which were based on vacuum bulbs?

A. first

B. second

C. third

D. fourth

E. fifth

 

18. What is the generation of computers, which were based on transistors?

A. first

B. second

C. third

D. fourth

E. fifth

 

19. What is the generation of computers, which were based on microchips?

A. first

B. second

C. third

D. fourth

E. fifth

 

20. What is the generation of computers, which are based on microprocessors?

A. first

B. second

C. third

D. fourth

E. fifth

 

21. How many computer generations had been created up to now?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Four

E. Five

 

22. What is computer architecture?

A. The use of computers in architecture

B. Creation of different construction projects on the computer

C. The way the computer case, monitor, mouse and keyboard designed

E. Processing Unit

 

25. A modem is used to _____.

A. change only analog signals to digital signals

B. port

C. processor

D. power supply

E. keyboard

 

35. Any path that data travels inside the computer

A. removable media

B. magnetic disk

C. network

D. bus

E. trackball

 

36. Recordable compact disk which cannot be erased to be written on again.

A. CD-RW

B. magnetic disk

C. CD-R

D. plotter

E. hard disk drive

 

37. Rewritable compact disk which can be erased to be written on again

A. modem

B. CD-RW

C. BIOS

D. hard disk drive

E. bus

 

38. An electronic device that executes the instructions in a program. A computer has four functions: inputs data, processes data, produces output, and stores results

A. diskette

B. keyboard

C. removable media

D. computer

E. internal memory

 

39. Central processing unit of the computer

A. plotter

B. mouse

C. processor

D. diskette

E. removable media

 

40. Device which takes still photos but records the pictures on computer disks or memory chips

A. Read Only Memory (ROM)

B. power supply

C. keyboard

D. digital camera

E. peripheral device

 

41. Device used to receive the paper-copy of information stored in the computer

A. optical disk

B. motherboard

C. modem

D. printer

E. trackball

 

42. File that gives directions to the computer on how to use a device connected to the computer

A. peripheral device

B. Read Only Memory (ROM)

C. driver

D. Random Access Memory (RAM)

E. removable media

 

43. Device that plugs into a slot on the motherboard

A. port

B. monitor

C. expansion card

D. mouse

E. external memory

 

44. Device which is plugged into the back of a computer

A. CD-R

B. external device

C. processor

D. hard disk drive

E. optical disk

 

45. Device that is moved by hand over the document or picture to convert it to a digital image

A. keyboard

B. hand scanner

C. digital camera

D. plotter

E. internal device

 

46. Magnetic storage device usually installed inside the computer's case

A. external device

B. internal device

C. hard disk drive

D. removable media

E. bus

 

47. Device used to give the computer data or commands; includes keyboard, mouse, scanner, etc.

A. CD-RW

B. bus

C. input device

D. optical disk

E. motherboard

 

48. Device that plugs into a slot inside a computer

A. plotter

B. hard disk drive

C. driver

D. internal device

E. external device

 

49. Input device with keys for letters of the alphabet, numbers, and various symbols.

A. Random Access Memory (RAM)

B. CD-ROM

C. keyboard

D. motherboard

E. plotter

 

50. Storage device which uses magnetism of the surface to store data

A. magnetic disk

B. computer

C. Random Access Memory (RAM)

D. mouse

E. printer

 

51. Device where the computer stores the data and commands that are currently being used.

A. internal memory

B. motherboard

C. plotter

D. CD-ROM

E. monitor

 

52. Device which translates between the analog phone line and the digital computer.

A. network

B. modem

C. joystick

D. printer

E. monitor

 

53. Device which displays computer output.

A. joystick

B. internal memory

C. monitor

D. optical disk

E. hand scanner

 

54. Main circuit board of the computer; has on it the CPU, memory boards, device boards, power plugs, etc.

A. network

B. motherboard

C. expansion card

D. UPS

E. computer

 

55. A set of computers which are linked together on a permanent basis

A. monitor

B. power button

C. network

D. BIOS

E. internal memory

 

56. Combination of surge protector, power line conditioner, and battery power supply

A. optical disk

B. CD-RW

C. UPS

D. modem

E. printer

 

57. A storage medium which uses tiny lasers to create peaks and valleys in a plastic layer on a circular disk

A. plotter

B. bus

C. hard disk drive

D. digital camera

E. optical disk

 

58. Device that captures a whole page and convert it to digital image

A. external device

B. CD-ROM

C. internal device

D. page scanner

E. modem

 

59. Printer used for very wide pages like architectural or engineering drawings

A. scanner

B. plotter

C. UPS

D. driver

E. peripheral device

 

60. On/off switch for your computer

A. trackball

B. power supply

C. bus

D. power button

E. page scanner

 

61. Converts the electricity from the wall outlet into the flavor that the computer can digest

A. external device

B. UPS

C. keyboard

D. power supply

E. mouse

 

62. Main memory. Volatile memory that is erased when power is turned off.

A. internal device

B. mouse

C. Read Only Memory (ROM)

D. hard disk drive

A. software

B. shareware

C. freeware

D. system software

E. hardware

 

64. The physical parts of the computer

A. system software

B. hardware

C. shareware

D. software

E. freeware

 

65. Printer that forms characters using row(s) of pins, 9, 18, or 24 which impact the ribbon on top of the paper is called:

A. jet printer

B. laser printer

C. matrix printer

D. plotter

E. thermal printer

 

66. Printer that sprays ink onto paper to form characters is called:

A. plotter

B. laser printer

C. jet printer

D. matrix printer

E. thermal printer

 

67. Printer that uses heat on chemically treated paper to form characters, like some fax machines. is called:

A. thermal printer

B. laser printer

C. jet printer

D. plotter

E. matrix printer

 

68. Printer that uses coherent optical radiation to form the characters on paperis called:

A. jet printer

B. plotter

C. thermal printer

D. laser printer

E. matrix printer

 

69. Printer used for very wide pages like architectural or engineering drawings is called:

A. jet printer

B. laser printer

C. thermal printer

D. plotter

E. matrix printer

 

70. Personal computer small enough to fit in your hand. is called:

A. main frame

B. desktop computer

C. laptop

D. palm-top

E. supercomputer

 

71. Personal computer that will fit nicely on a desk is called:

A. palm-top

B. desktop computer

C. main frame

D. supercomputer

E. laptop

 

72. Portable personal computer with a screen in the cover is called:

A. desktop computer

B. palm-top

C. supercomputer

D. laptop

E. main frame

 

Test: Free Commander

1. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to display help?

A. CTRL+Q

B. F2

C. CTRL+F1

D. F1

E. CTRL+\

 

2. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to view files?

A. F10

B. ENTER

C. INSERT

D. CTRL+L

E. F3

 

3. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to edit files?

A. ALT+F10

B. F4

C. CTRL+ENTER

D. ALT+F2

E. F5

 

4. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to copy files?

A. CTRL+T

B. CTRL+L

C. ENTER

D. F5

E. F10

 

5. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to rename or move files?

A. ALT+F7

B. TAB

C. F6

D. F9

E. F8

 

6. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to create directory?

A. CTRL+U

B. F8

C. CTRL+L

D. F3

E. F7

 

7. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to delete files?

A. CTRL+ENTER

B. SHIFT+ENTER

C. F8

D. F9

E. CTRL+T

 

8. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to switch between left and right file list?

A. F6

B. INSERT

C. TAB

D. SHIFT+ENTER

E. F3

 

9. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to change directory/run program/execute command line?

A. CTRL+F2

B. ALT+F2

C. F7

D. CTRL+L

E. ENTER

 

10. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to change left drive?

A. CTRL+F2

B. CTRL+T

C. ALT+F1

D. F2

E. F5

 

11. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to change right drive?

A. ALT+F2

B. CTRL+\

C. CTRL+L

D. ENTER

E. CTRL+F2

 

12. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to hide/show left file panel?

A. ALT+F1

B. CTRL+L

C. F7

D. ALT+F10

E. CTRL+F1

 

13. Which key or key combination in Free Commander allows to hide/show right file panel?

A. ALT+F2

B. CTRL+\

C. ALT+F10

D. F6

E. CTRL+F2

 

14. What is the function for F1 in Free Commander?

A. activate the menu bar

B. quit

C. rename or move files

D. display help

E. hide/show right file panel

 

15. What is the function for F2 in Free Commander?

A. exchange left and right file panels

B. find files

C. display user menu

D. move to the root directory of the current drive

E. rename or move files

 

16. What is the function for F3 in Free Commander?

A. hide/show right file panel

B. exchange left and right file panels

C. show quick view panel

D. view files

E. create directory

 

17. What is the function for F4 in Free Commander?

A. get information on available memory and hdd resources

B. edit files

C. execute the file or open the directory in windows explorer

D. show directory tree panel

E. view files

 

18. What is the function for F5 in Free Commander?

A. display help

B. open a dialog box with the current directory tree

C. create a new file and edit it

D. copy files

E. change left drive

 

19. What is the function for F6 in Free Commander?

A. show directory tree panel

B. rename or move files

C. select file or directory

D. activate the menu bar

E. show quick view panel

 

20. What is the function for F7 in Free Commander?

A. display help

B. quit

C. create directory

D. open a dialog box with the current directory tree

E. hide/show right file panel

 

21. What is the function for F8 in Free Commander?

A. change right drive

B. delete files

C. display help

D. get information on available memory and hdd resources

E. create a new file and edit it

 

22. What is the function for TAB in Free Commander?

C. select file or directory

D. hide/show left file panel

E. move to the root directory of the current drive

 

24. What is the function for ALT+F1 in Free Commander?

A. hide/show right file panel

B. activate the menu bar

C. switch between left and right file list

D. change left drive

E. insert current file name into the command line

 

25. What is the function for ALT+F2 in Free Commander?

A. quit

B. execute the file or open the directory in windows explorer

C. edit files

D. change right drive

E. show directory tree panel

 

26. What is the function for ALT+F7 in Free Commander?

A. view files

B. switch between left and right file list

C. change directory/run program/execute command line

D. find files

E. change left drive

 

27. What is the function for CTRL+F1 in Free Commander?

A. exchange left and right file panels

B. find files

C. display help

D. move to the root directory of the current drive

D. file-shell program

E. Norton Commander

 

30. What was the prototype for Free Commander?

A. Norton Utilities

B. Norton Commander

C. MS-DOS

D. Windows Explorer

E. Microsoft Word

 

31. Which of these programs is a file shell?

A. Notepad

B. Wordpad

C. Windows Explorer

D. Norton Commander

E. Media player

 

32. Which of these programs is a file shell?

A. Free Commander

B. Wordpad

C. Windows Explorer

D. MS-DOS

E. Media player

 

33. If you want to copy the file in Free Commander from directory in the left panel to the directory in the right panel you should

A. press F5 and then select the file to copy

B. select the file on the left panel, press TAB and then F5

C. select the file on the left panel, press F5 and then ENTER

D. select the file on the right panel, press F5 and then SHIFT+ENTER

E. highlight the file you want and type “COPY” in the command line

 

34. If you want to copy the file in Free Commander from directory in the right panel to the directory in the left panel you should

A. press F5 and then select the file to copy

B. select the file on the right panel, press TAB and then F5

C. select the file on the left panel, press F5 and then ENTER

D. select the file on the right panel, press F5 and then ENTER

E. highlight the file you want and type “COPY” in the command line

 

35. If you want to move the file in Free Commander from directory in the left panel to the directory in the right panel you should

A. press F5 and then select the file to copy

B. select the file on the left panel, press TAB and then F6

C. select the file on the left panel, press F6 and then ENTER

D. select the file on the right panel, press F5 and then SHIFT+ENTER

E. highlight the file you want and type “MOVE” in the command line

 

36. If you want to move the file in Free Commander from directory in the right panel to the directory in the left panel you should

A. press F5 and then select the file to copy

B. select the file on the right panel, press TAB and then F6

C. select the file on the left panel, press F6 and then ENTER

D. select the file on the right panel, press F6 and then ENTER

E. highlight the file you want and type “MOVE” in the command line

 

37. In Free Commander the files are copied and moved

A. move the file cursor

B. rename the files

C. delete the files

D. allow to play games

E. they have no function

 

44. What is the function of Home key in Free Commander?

A. takes you home

C. the name for the drive

D. the first folder in the list

E. the first folder on the left panel

 

Test SIWT_3:OS

3.1 In Windows, what is the "desktop"?

A. where the computer is located

B. the Microsoft home page

C. the basic work screen

D. the closing screen

E. the top of the desk

 

3.2 Where is the Status Bar normally displayed?

A. At the top of the screen

B. At the bottom of the screen

C. To the right of the screen

D. To the left of the screen

E. Under the menu

 

3.3 On the taskbar the time is shown in the _____

A. start menu

B. scrollbar

C. desktop

D. tray

E. titlebar

 

3.4 A right click on the desktop itself will _____.

A. open the Display Properties dialog box

B. directory

C. carpet bag

D. drawer

E. container

 

3.15 Which file extensions indicate only graphics files?

A. BMP and DOC

B. JPEG and TXT

C. TXT and STK

D. BMP and GIF

E. JPEG and WAV

 

3.16 What is a folder?

A. An item on the Desktop

C. Delete

D. Paste

E. Rename

 

3.19 Where do you move icons when you want to get rid of or delete them?

A. Recycle Bin

B. Document Files

C. Folders

D. Desktop

E. File archive

 

3.20 The way to rename file is

A. Doubleclick and chose “Rename”

B. Just type in the new name

C. Delete the file and create the new one with the given name

A. minimize the window

B. maximize the window

C. restore the window

D. close the window

E. display help

 

3.23 The button  on the window title bar allows to _____

A. minimize the window

B. maximize the window

C. restore the window

D. close the window

E. display help

 

3.24 The button  on the window title bar allows to _____

A. minimize the window

B. maximize the window

C. restore the window

D. close the window

E. display help

 

3.25 The button  on the window title bar allows to _____

A. minimize the window

B. maximize the window

C. restore the window

D. close the window

E. display help

 

3.26 In a dialog box, an input which shows some of the options and allows you to scroll to see others

A.  +

B.

C.

D.

E.

 

 

3.27 In a dialog box, an input box that is either checked or unchecked. Several buttons in a group can be chosen.

A.

B.

C.  +

D.

E.

 

 

3.28 A section of a window which acts like the tabs on file folders. Clicking on a tab label bring that portion of the dialog to the front so you can see it.

A.

B.  +

C.

D.

E.

 

 

3.29 In a dialog box, a command button that applies the changes you made but leaves the dialog box open

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.  +

 

 

3.30 In a dialog box, a command button that closes the dialog without applying any changes

A.

B.

C.  +

D.

E.

 

3.31 A dialog input which hides a list of options until you click on the arrow. Then the list appears.

A.

B.

C.  +

D.

E.

 

3.32 In a dialog box, an input which is either selected or not. Only one button in a group can be chosen.

A.

B.  +

C.

D.

E.

 

3.33 In an dialog box, an input which shows only one value at a time. To change values you use up/down arrows.

A.

B.

C.  +

D.

E.

 

 

3.34 In a dialog box, an input in which you must type.

A.  +

B.

C.

D.

E.

 

3.35 How the buttons like these , ,  are called?

A. spin control boxes

B. Cancel button

C. command buttons

D. OK button

E. dialog help buttons

 

3.36 How the element  of dialog box is called?

A. spin control box

B. drop list

C. Apply button

D. radio button

E. check box

 

3.37 How the element  of dialog box is called?

A. Apply button

B. Cancel button

C. slide

D. dialog help button

E. command button

 

3.38 How the element  of dialog box is called?

A. tab

B. spin control box

C. radio button

D. scroll box

E. text box

 

3.39 In figure keyboards of digit 2 are designated

A. key of control of moving of the cursor

B. sense lights of functions

C. the small digital keyboard

D. generalpurpose managing keys

E. standard managing keys

 

3.40 In figure keyboards of digit 3 are designated

E. Icons

 

3.45 In desktop figure digit 2 are designated

A. Taskbar

B. Quick Launch toolbar

C. Tray

D. Start Menu

E. Icons

 

3.46 In desktop figure digit 3 are designated

A. Taskbar

B. Quick Launch toolbar

C. Tray

D. Start Menu

E. Icons

 

3.47 In desktop figure digit 4 are designated

A. Taskbar

B. Quick Launch toolbar

C. Tray

D. Start Menu

E. Icons

 

3.48 In desktop figure digit 5 are designated

A. Taskbar

B. Quick Launch toolbar

C. Tray

D. Start Menu

E. Icons

 

3.49 Which file extensions indicate only text files?

A. BMP and STK

B. JPEG and TXT

C. TXT and DOC

D. BMP and GIF

E. JPEG and WAV

 

3.50 Which file extensions indicate only compressed files?

A. ZIP and RAR

B. JPEG and TXT

C. TXT and STK

D. BMP and GIF

E. JPEG and WAV

 

Test SIWT_5: Desktop applications.

5.1. Device that captures a whole page and convert it to digital image

  1. external device
  2. CD-ROM
  3. internal device
  4. page scanner
  5. Modem

 

5.2. Moving the mouse around is called

  1. Drag
  2. Scroll
  3. Click
  4. Move the pointer
  5. Double-click

 

5.3. Pressing a mouse button and releasing it is called

  1. Scroll
  2. Double-click
  3. Click
  4. Move the pointer
  5. Drag

 

5.4. Pressing a mouse button twice quickly is called

  1. Move the pointer
  2. Drag
  3. Double-click
  4. Click
  5. Scroll

 

5.5.Holding a mouse button down while moving the mouse is called

  1. Double-click
  2. Drag
  3. Click
  4. Move the pointer
  5. Scroll

 

5.6.Rolling the wheel that some mice have is called

  1. Double-click
  2. Scroll
  3. Move the pointer
  4. Click
  5. Drag

 

5.7.Indicate a program for making simple calculations.

  1. WordPad
  2. Calculator
  3. Microsoft Windows
  4. NotePad
  5. Paint

 

5.8.Indicate a program for editing documents which can include simple graphics and text formatting.

  1. Paint
  2. Microsoft Windows
  3. NotePad
  4. WordPad
  5. Calculator

 

5.9.Indicate a simple program with basic tools for creating bitmap pictures.

  1. Microsoft Windows
  2. NotePad
  3. Paint
  4. Calculator
  5. WordPad

 

5.10. Indicate the graphical operating system for IBM PC computers.

  1. Calculator
  2. NotePad
  3. Microsoft Windows
  4. WordPad
  5. Paint

 

5.11. What is NotePad?

  1. a program for editing documents which can include simple graphics and text formatting
  2. a simple program with basic tools for creating bitmap pictures
  3. a program for making simple calculations
  4. a simple program for writing basic text-only documents.
  5. the graphical operating system for IBM PC computers

 

5.12. What is Calculator?

  1. a program for making simple calculations
  2. a simple program with basic tools for creating bitmap pictures
  3. a program for editing documents which can include simple graphics and text formatting
  4. a simple program for writing basic text-only documents.
  5. the graphical operating system for IBM PC computers

 

5.13. What is WordPad?

  1. a simple program with basic tools for creating bitmap pictures
  2. the graphical operating system for IBM PC computers
  3. a simple program for writing basic text-only documents.
  4. a program for editing documents which can include simple graphics and text formatting
  5. a program for making simple calculations

 

5.14. What is Paint?

  1.  a simple program with basic tools for creating bitmap pictures
  2. a program for making simple calculations
  3. a simple program for writing basic text-only documents.
  4. the graphical operating system for IBM PC computers
  5. a program for editing documents which can include simple graphics and text formatting

 

5.15. A picture defined as a series of dots.

  1. pixel
  2. brush
  3. fill
  4. bitmap image
  5. vector image

 

5.16. A single picture element, the smallest dot on the screen.

  1. bitmap image
  2. fill
  3. handles
  4. palette
  5. pixel

 

5.17. A set of colors.

  1. bitmap image
  2. vector image
  3. pixel
  4. fill
  5. palette

 

5.18. A tool for drawing lines.

  1. vector image
  2. brush
  3. fill
  4. pixel
  5. palette

 

5.19. Shapes on a selected object that allow you to change the shape by dragging the handle.

  1. pixel
  2. fill
  3. handles
  4. bitmap image
  5. palette

 

5.20. Colors an enclosed area with one color or pattern.

  1. bitmap image
  2. palette
  3. handles
  4. fill
  5. Brush

 

5.21. What operation is performed by Calculator’s function “x^y”:

A. exponentiation

B. evaluation of trigonometric function

C. putting the number into memory

D. multiplication of two numbers

E. memory clearing

 

5.22. What operation is performed by Calculator’s function “x^3”:

E. memory clearing

 

5.24. What operation is performed by Calculator’s function “*”:

A. cubes the displayed number

B. evaluation of trigonometric function

C. putting the number into memory

Test: Information

1. One Mb is equal to:

A. The amount of RAM in every computer

B. 1 billion bytes

C. 1024 Kb

D. 1 thousand bytes

E. 1 million bits

 

2. One of the rules in a computer lab is:

A. Follow all for instructions

B. Be nice to one another

C. Talk quietly

D. Do not disturb others

E. All of these

 

3. How many bits are in a byte?

A. 2

B. 4

C. 7

D. 8

E. 10

 

4. What is Informatics?

A. The theory, representation, processing, and use of information

B. The science about the use of computers

C. Computerized scientific research

D. The use of computers

E. I have no clue what is Informatics

 

5. What is the other term for Informatics?

A. Computer Technology

B. Computer Literacy

C. Computer Science

D. Information Theory

E. Electronic Equipment

 

6. What is Medical Informatics?

A. The use of computers in medicine







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